If there's one thing you can rely on, it's that the state of risk and compliance is ever-changing. Over the next few years, several countries are implementing new compliance and regulation measures, making it challenging for enterprises to stay informed of compliance requirements. Why is this such an important conversation to have?
The subject of e-invoicing has been at the forefront nationally in France for several years. Now, following the successful implementation of the Chorus platform for the public sector, legislation is taking a new step: In 2024, the digitization of B2B domestic invoices will become mandatory for large and mid-sized companies.
Here we offer a detailed explanation of what you will need to know when analyzing and ensuring compliance, and how Tradeshift can help.
Ensuring compliance on a global scale can be tricky. With Tradeshift, you can avoid the headache. See which countries are supported by our services:
In this article we break down the complex topic of invoicing compliance and offer advice for how you can ensure your operations are compliant and running smoothly.
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